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Looks great, how long did it take?
8 weeks

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Dare I ask how much?  Mine needs a new bracelet. 
The total bill was 1,349.00


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On 28/10/2020 at 20:50, al_kaholik said:

An Air King is probably the only Rolex I'd wear. Really smart

I concur. It's a restrained looking watch. I think this year they have a wine/burgundy colour dial that looks fab. 

To the OP: did they return the old bracelet with the refurbished watch?

 

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Price sounds about right, £600 for the service and £800 for the bracelet. I contemplated a new bracelet for my LV to save the original and if memory serves me correctly I was quoted £750. Where can you buy an as new S/S Rolex for that kind of money, whilst the naysayers as usual will balk at the price, a bit of a bargain in my books.
 

Enjoy

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On 28/10/2020 at 11:13, SBJB93 said:

 

Just back from Rolex after a full service and new Bracelet fitted (waited awhile but so worth it 607e727e49e059f4b34a1868bf2870c4.jpg

 

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Sharp looking. Wow.

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I concur. It's a restrained looking watch. I think this year they have a wine/burgundy colour dial that looks fab. 
To the OP: did they return the old bracelet with the refurbished watch?
 
No sadly not but I'd damaged too much to want it back it would be of no use

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On 01/11/2020 at 09:02, SBJB93 said:

No sadly not but I'd damaged too much to want it back it would be of no use

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In my opinion the nicest Rolex have madef2be9e7b93e481e630ec007b64f535c8.jpg

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Sorry to keep picking at this but are their replacment parts "part exchange"? So your old stap left with them makes the bill less? 

Cos that strap on ebay will have been worth... what??.. a hundred or two? More? 

I'm just asking as I'm curious. 

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On 04/11/2020 at 10:39, Watch-and-C said:
Sorry to keep picking at this but are their replacement parts "part exchange"? So your old stap left with them makes the bill less? 
Cos that strap on ebay will have been worth... what??.. a hundred or two? More? 
I'm just asking as I'm curious. 

Rolex are a law unto themselves they act as if they are doing you a favour WHY ? Because they can as you can't get parts anywhere else these days
Plus you get a nice box and suede pouch and paperwork when it comes back
 

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16 hours ago, Philz said:

Doubt that Rolex would want to see an old used bracelet on eBay so hang on to it to prevent this and maintain a market for the new bracelets. 

Not only that, a genuine bracelet will help a dodgy (fake) body look correct and could lead to conning someone. I'd think that is Rolex main concern? 

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